Analysis about Effectiveness of Using Papers as Alternative of Soil Fertilizer in Grade 12 Accountancy, Business, and Management Strand Students in Bestlink College of the Philippines
Keywords:recycled paper waste fertilizers, biodegradable waste
The research focused on the possible benefits of the effectiveness of using papers as an alternative to soil fertilizer in Grade 12 Accountancy, Business, and Management (ABM) Strandstudents. The results of this study revealed what we can do to lessen paper waste and innovate it into another product that can help plants grow. A qualitative method was used in this study by using a descriptive research design. This study involved 50 selected grade 12 ABM students. Two variables, such as the neatness of the classroom and school innovation, were considered the benefits of creating paper fertilizer. One of the factors that will benefit making paper fertilizer is enhancing the usage of fertilizer. Another aspect revealed that students will save money by not wasting papers. Recycling paper waste into something that can benefit the students and the school community will also lessen the wasted papers around the campus. Paper is biodegradable. Hence, the researchers think that the possible solution to the said problem is to create a fertilizer by using paper waste. It can be called paper fertilizer. The Researchers thought that instead of throwing papers everywhere, we should take advantage of it. The researchers made this paper fertilizer to prevent flooding and blockage of canals.